The Chrysler F-58 was a car of the lower middle class, the Chrysler in Detroit manufactured in model year 1926.
It was around the same size as the Chrysler G-70to the side. The design was one of the outgoing model predecessor Maxwell-Chalmers acquired. The car had a side-valve 4-cylinder engine with 3045 cc, which delivered 38 bhp (28 kW). A single dry clutch and a three-speed transmission with floor shift, the rear wheels are driven. First, only the rear wheels were fitted with mechanical brakes, in later versions, all four wheels hydraulic brakes. Five different body was available, seeing the medium sister model similar. The following year the replaced Series 50 to F-58 to 81,089 copies.